Is there anything better than fish and chips from the local takeaway shop on a warm summer’s night? We’re just gonna go ahead and say, no. And with that grand sweeping statement out there in the balmy summer air, here’s some of the best joints to pick your’s up over the coming months:
Grand Lane Fish House
Tucked away on Grand Lane behind Barrack Street in the city might just be Perth’s best fish and chip joint. Their fish tacos are huge, and everything is super-well priced. Irresistible city lunch spot.
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Woodlands Fish & Chips
What they lack in pizzazz Woodlands Fish and Chips more than make up for it with flavour and serving size. Always well-staffed with friendly faces to handle even the busiest nights, it’s a western suburbs fave for a reason.
Clancy’s Fish Pub
Across all three locations in Freo, City Beach and Canning Bridge (and Dunsborough for our down south folk), Clancy’s have been keeping families well fed and watered for years. Freo and City Beach are great to take the kids, and there’s something happening every night of the week.
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The pride and joy of Spearwood, owner Jason knows his way around a fish and chip or two. Friendly local service combined with massive portions are worth driving for, and who can’t resist a little deep fried fetta cheese?
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Brighton Fish Supply
Mario & Phylis have been serving up quality local produce for three decades (!), with the man himself preparing the fish every day. Reasonably priced with plenty of extras, their fish selection is unreal.
You can find Fish Boss in Yagan Square, Embargo Bar and their newly opened Vic Park store, and we recommend you get there stat. Their staples are killer, but it’s their second-to-none fish tacos that’ll blow your mind. Trust us.
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This Cottesloe institution recently opened up a new joint in Elizabeth Quay, and it’s not surprising given the no doubt thousands of Indian Ocean sunsets they’ve enhanced over the years. And given the location, the prices are pretty darn even.
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Mosman Park Seafoods
Right in the heart of Mossie Park, Mosman Park Seafoods does good, honest fish and chips just right. Decently priced, their grilled options are delish, and always ready to eat super quick.
Bringing a love of fresh local produce up from the south coast of WA, Tankk owners Paul and Anna have recently spread the love with a new store in Como to go with their Winthrop flagship. Their online ordering system is super handy, and the ice-cream sandwiches are next level.
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A Fish Called Inglewood
Whether it’s a casual restaurant feel or takeaway you’re after, A Fish Called Inglewood has you covered. Their homemade ice cream is a nice little treat for afters, and they’re one of the few fish and chip shops that offer gluten free batter!
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Piscari Fish And Chips
Piscari on Hampton Rd in Fremantle is another top shelf takeway fish and chip joint. With over 20 years experience, they’ve tightened their menu up to perfection, with a nice mix of Aussie and NZ fish.
Redfish in Attadale is the perfect stop for those looking for a bit of dining out action. It’s a little more expensive than your average shop, but worth it for the locally and ethically sourced produce, diverse and delicious menu and variety of different specials each night.
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Mt Hawthorn Fish And Chips
Mt Hawthorn Fish And Chips have been getting the job done for over 25 years, and with a base level fish and chips only $10, it’s not hard to see why. A nice variety of vego options are also available.
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Last image and header photo via Mt Hawthorn Fish And Chips.